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I've been having some trouble with outliers messing up my best fit line on my scatter plot in python. I'm using numpy's polyfit function to calculate the slope and y intercept of the best fit line, however I always seem to get one or two points which throw off the slope enough to make quite a noticeable difference. I've already checked a few python references and did a lengthy google search, but haven't found a solution. Does anyone know of a good way to fix this problem without having to limit the interval or physically remove the bad points from my data?

Edit: Also, knowing a way to take errors into account would be very helpful as well.

Thanks!

Edit: Also, knowing a way to take errors into account would be very helpful as well.

Thanks!

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